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School Library Journal, March 2012 Issue: Table of Contents

SLJ Cover, March 2012

Cover Story

Why Read?

By Sven Birkerts

Exploring the link between literacy and the imagination.


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Letters to SLJ, March 2012

The Reviews

  • Digital Resources: Social Studies for the Elementary Set
  • The App Review: Best of Apps & Enhanced Books: March 2012
  • Multimedia Reviews: March 2012
  • Preschool to Grade 4: March 2012
  • Grades 5 & Up: March 2012
  • Fiction Series Roundup (Grades 5 & Up): March 2012
  • Graphic Novels: March 2012
  • School Library Journal Stars List: March 2012


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